July 27, 2014
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How to Create Database Reports Through JasperReport

JasperReport is ideal to publish reports from the application that uses data from the back-end database, but how do we program them? Manoj Debnath shows you how with three sample applications that demonstrate a few of the ways a report can be generated using the JasperReport library.

Apache Subversion: Best Practices for Branching & Merging

Branching and merging in Subversion doesn't have to be difficult! These branching and merging best practices will have you harnessing the full potential of these features, without worrying about messy merge conflicts.

Doing Dynamic Reporting through JasperReport

Is there a way to write simple Java code to generate a report without XML? If you’re asking this question, we have a good news!

Creating Your First GitHub Project

Even if you’re a complete beginner who doesn't have a GitHub account, you can learn how to create a GitHub repository, and make your very first commit.

How to Implement Database Relationship in Hibernate

The crux of the relational database management system is in the idea of establishing relationship among entities. Discover how Hibernate allows you to model association between entities from Java code, without bothering with the SQL.

Getting Started with JasperReport

Manoj Debnath shows you how to get started with JasperReport, with a simple yet effective hands-on example.

Top 10 Reasons to Still be Using Java

Is Java past its prime? Are there reasons to still be using it? What do you think?

How to Start Contributing to Open Source

Want to give back to the open source community, but unsure where to start? Learn how to make your first contribution to the world of open source.

How to Migrate Java Applications to Azure Cloud

Vipul Patel explains the basics of migrating Java applications to Windows Azure.

Top 7 Open-Source JSON-Binding Providers Available Today

Learn how to convert Java objects to JSON format, save it to a file, and then convert it back to an object.

Migrating PHP Applications to Run on Windows Azure

Learn the basics of migrating PHP applications to Microsoft’s cloud platform, Windows Azure.

The State of PHP in 2014

PHP has come a long way from humble beginnings: it started out being a collection of tools and has risen to being a fully (almost) object oriented language. It has become the leading language on the web... Read on to learn more.

Supercharge Your Slow Android Emulator

UPDATED: The Android emulator has traditionally been a necessary but frustratingly slow tool for Android developers. Learn how you can boost your Android emulator speed to real device performance levels -- or even faster.

Understanding Big Data: The Hadoop Environment with BI Integration

Big data platforms and ecosystems emerged from the need to efficiently handle data volumes, velocities, and varieties that had not previously existed.

25 Tools You Can Use for Windows 8 Store App Development

Hannes du Preez shares his list of top 25 tools that you can use to make your Windows Store App development a lot easier.

Programmers Write Code for Social Good

Programmers in 21 cities around the world teamed up in a major hackathon focused at helping to solve global social ills.

Microsoft, Azul Partner to Bring OpenJDK to Windows Azure

Microsoft and Azul systems announced a partnership to deliver an OpenJDK build on Windows Azure.

Getting Started with Google's Android Studio

Android Studio is the first IDE dedicated entirely to Android. Find out how it compares to Eclipse, and develop a Hello World app in the new IDE.

Subversion 1.8 Gits New Features

Open Source SVN 1.8 version control system adds new capabilities; How does it stack up against Git now?

PHP Cloud Development on Red Hat's OpenShift PaaS

Learn how to build, test, deploy and run your PHP applications on the OpenShift cloud platform.

Is JavaFX 2 Enterprise Ready?

JavaFX 2 has many promising features, but its stability with large, complex enterprise applications remains unproven.

Android Calendaring in Android 4.0+

Android 4.0 added legitimate SDK access to the user's calendar. Learn how to access it in this short tutorial. 

Eclipse Juno Delivers 70 Projects Including E4

Eclipse 4 now is the default platform for the IDE, but that doesn't mean Java developers will be using it just yet.

Android Notification Best Practices: Don't Annoy Your Users

Android app developers often misuse notifications -- annoying users and risking having their apps uninstalled. Learn the do's and don'ts of Android notifications.

Lithium PHP Framework Now Fueled by Engine Yard

The PHP 5.3-based Lithium Framework lands financial and promotional backing from Rails platform provider Engine Yard.

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